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    Jeep stickers removal

    Hey guys a friend asked me to help him remove some stickers on his jeep. I was gonna use a adhesive remover or some goo gone. But want some opinions on what I can use before I go ahead start removing then. Pictures are attached. Jeep stickers removal-77564-jpgJeep stickers removal-77563-jpg

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    Re: Jeep stickers removal

    I would use heat. Start with a hair dryer and see if they begin to lift. If not, try a steamer. Steam is what I use to remove PPF and Window Tint. Start at the end farthest from you and pull towards you so it's back over top of itself. This will greatly improve it's removal with adhesive and mitigate risks to damaging the underlying paint.

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    Re: Jeep stickers removal

    Quote Originally Posted by TTQ B4U View Post
    I would use heat. Start with a hair dryer and see if they begin to lift. If not, try a steamer. Steam is what I use to remove PPF and Window Tint. Start at the end farthest from you and pull towards you so it's back over top of itself. This will greatly improve it's removal with adhesive and mitigate risks to damaging the underlying paint.
    Thatís a great tip. May need it someday.


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    Re: Jeep stickers removal

    I just took a couple stickers off the glass of my new truck with using a hair dryer for a few minutes, then working it off slowly with a plastic straight razor. More heat from the hair dryer to get the adhesive gooey again and worked that off wit my thumb. Once most of it was off I cleaned the glass with a waffle weave and Stoner glass cleaner. No crazy chemicals, didn't take a ton of effort.

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    Re: Jeep stickers removal

    I used a hair dryer and wd40 to remove my stickers. I made sure I washed and sealed the Jeep after though. Nice Jeep!

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    Re: Jeep stickers removal

    We need some pics of that one flexing. Nice!

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    Re: Jeep stickers removal

    Quote Originally Posted by pilotpip View Post
    We need some pics of that one flexing. Nice!
    Haven't had a chance to take it out crawling yet because the frame is a tad too rusty for me, so I'm having it fixed next month. After that, I'll definitely post some! It has a LS 6.0 in it and it will definitely tear up some trails.

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    Re: Jeep stickers removal

    Sort of related as far as sticker removal, but on a industrial level...

    Last week I had the task of removing this sticker/decal off a work truck.



    I used a heat gun + Rapid Remover + a few different plastic scrapers/spatulas and omg even with all that it was absolute Murder trying to get that sticker off! Iím talkin bout never again will I encounter anything even close to how much of a PITA it was to remove that thing. It was INSANE!Jeep stickers removalLol





    Iím convinced that the heat gun alone would not have been able to help remove it. It took hours to remove.Jeep stickers removal

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    Re: Jeep stickers removal

    Quote Originally Posted by DETAILROOKIE View Post
    It has a LS 6.0 in it and it will definitely tear up some trails.
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    And those louvers in the hood serve a real purpose!

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